Everybody fears ageing and the constant reminder of one’s mortality. Mostly, it is the physical signs of ageing, like sun damage, dry, scaly skin, dark age spots, fine lines, wrinkles, mottled skin tone, enlarged pores, sagging facial skin, ruddy skin texture, loss of skin elasticity and a decrease in the skin’s healing abilities. So, how can one effectively address ageing skin concerns? Luckily, there are a few easy strategies.
Scientifically Proven Goods
Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) is a Nobel Prize winning ingredient that is very effective in rejuvenating, healing and repairing ageing skin. It helps raise skin cell renewal activities; stimulates old skin cells to revert to a more youthful pattern.
Effective concentration of an active ingredient
An effective concentration of glycolic Acid should be between 8% and 15%. Vitamin A (Retinol) products should have at least a .15% concentration. Active ingredients may cause break out or irritation on certain skin types. It is important to test the product on the neck before applying to the face.
Something similar to a stable form of Vitamin C, Tea Extract or Ginseng Extract. This will help protect the skin from environmental damage and improve the skin’s healing ability.
It has a unique healing and moisturizing properties. It has been shown to reduce the depth and length of fine lines and wrinkles and improve sun-damage and scars.
This is well known for improving those dark circles under the eyes and is helpful in reducing the redness from broken capillaries that can give the skin a red, ruddy appearance. Vitamin K is not suitable for sensitive skin.
In other words, with these tips and tricks, one can combat the issue of ageing and stay young and beautiful for much longer.